Monday 11, January 2016

We would like to inform you that Mr Clive Taylor has notified us of his retirement as Chair of the Governing Body with immediate effect. Mr Taylor has been a governor at the school for approximately 25 years having joined the Board in 1991, when his children were pupils at the school. For the last 10 years Mr Taylor has successfully chaired the Governors, being a tremendous support to the school…

Monday 14, December 2015

London Irish RFC are pleased to announce the club will be holding after school coaching sessions for all children at St Michael’s Primary School every Monday at London Irish RFC, Hazelwood starting on the 18th January. London Irish will be offering a minibus pick up from St Michael’s, after the school day finishes, to London Irish, Hazelwood. Pick up will be at the Hazelwood centre for 5pm.

Monday 7, December 2015

Tues 8th December KS1 N ativity – Parents of children who are in Year 1(Miss Berry and Miss Cannon) and Reception (Mrs Tillotson and Mrs Pavia) classes are invited to attend the KS1 nativity on Tuesday 8 th December at 9.30 a.m. Coffee will be available before the nativity. Wed 9 th December KS1 N ativity - Parents of children who are in Year 2(Mr Higgins and Miss…


I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of you visiting this site and our wonderful school.

Saint Michael’s was established in 1953. We are a Voluntary Aided Catholic Primary School under the trusteeship of the Diocese of Westminster. We are a two form entry school and teach children from the age of 2 to 11. The school is maintained by the Diocese in partnership with Surrey County Council and serves the parishes of Saint Michael, Ashford and Saint David, Stanwell. We are very proud of our children and the community we serve.

Our mission statement ‘Excellence; Enrichment; Enjoyment’ encapsulates what we aim to achieve at our school. We have a broad and balanced school curriculum that both engages and challenges our pupils so they achieve excellence and become enthusiastic, independent, lifelong learners. The Gospel values and Christian virtues of friendship, responsibility, respect, self-respect, honesty, forgiveness, tolerance, justice, compassion, patience, generosity, empathy and tolerance are the golden thread that run through all of our teaching and all of our relationships. We uphold and teach our pupils about British values such as democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths. We promote these values by our words and deeds; through daily acts of worship and by serving others.

A wide range of sporting, creative and academic enrichment opportunities are offered so that every child is valued and can develop their God given talents. We work in partnership with parents to support every child’s personal development and to grow spiritually, emotionally and physically.

I am extremely proud to be the Head Teacher of a thriving, caring school community with supportive and dedicated staff, governors, parents and pupils.

Mr J. Lane

Few days ago

12th January 2016 @ 6:00pm

Year 1 and 2 Parent Workshop

Few days ago

15th January 2016

Deadline for Reception Class Admissions Forms

Few days ago

3rd February 2016 @ 7:30pm

PTA Meeting

Few days ago

12th February 2016

Inset Day - School Closed



15th February 2016 @ 12:00am

Half Term


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